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Mineral Point man drives vehicle into building in Darlington for 2nd time, police say

January 12, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A Mineral Point man faces multiple charges after driving a vehicle into a building in Darlington for the second time, police reported.

A Mineral Point man faces multiple charges after driving a vehicle into a building in Darlington for the second time, police reported. Police were dispatched to a report of a hit-and-run crash at Piggly Wiggly Plaza shortly before 5:30 p. m. on Thursday, Darlington Police Chief Jason King said in a statement. Witnesses told police a burgundy Ford pickup truck struck the building, causing significant damage, and then fled the scene.

Officers located the truck on Main Street and stopped it, King said. The driver, Robin Fries, 64, of Mineral Point, faces tentative charges of operating without insurance, failure to notify police of an accident, hit-and-run, and reckless driving, King said. Police also referred Fries to the Department of Transportation Medical Review Section to have his driving privilege re-evaluated, due to this being the second business in Darlington that Fries has struck: On Aug. 10, 2018, Fries struck the Dollar General in Darlington, causing about $18,000 in damage, King said. Photos: Madison's most dangerous intersections, as seen from space

No. 9: Zeier Road and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 19Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved inattentive driving.

Number of crashes: 20Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

No. 7: Thierer Road & East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 20Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

No. 6: North First Street and East Washington Avenue

No. 4: South Baldwin Street and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 22Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved failure to yield right of way.

No. 3: North Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 23Top violation received: Listed as N/A.

The second most common violation was tied, which involved running red lights or inattentive driving.

Number of crashes: 24Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

Number of crashes: 30Top violation received: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved failure to yield.

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